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Hollywood's Skyrim Party. This Is It

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Last night in Los Angeles, Bethesda threw a superstar shindig for its superstar game—The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

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In attendance were an array of celebs: Lynda Carter of Wonder Woman fame, Tiffani Thiessen, David Arquette, and Christina Aguilera as well as famous people I've never heard of.

Xbox 360 demo kiosks were on hand at the Belasco Theatre, where Perry Farrell and Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction also performed.

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The gallery above provides a rundown of the evening, from the red carpet to the Belasco stage, and (almost) everything in between.

Never mind how how many of these folks have actually heard of The Elder Scrolls before last night, that's not the point. This is Hollywood, and that is the point.

(Top photo: Jason Merritt | Getty / All photos: Getty)


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DISCUSSION

Still think these parties are a waste...I just really don't think they help sales, and that's all it has to be about. I mean it's seems like a waste to invite these celebrities that don't give a crap about the game or anything.

Why don't they just have a huge bash for the fans, and invite celebrities that are fans of their games? It would at least get them some all good press instead of a meh, we invited a bunch of celebrities to a product that doesn't matter to them. I hear Matthew Perry played a bunch of Fallout 3, he wouldn't have to FAKE interest at least. Also, it's kind of weak for game publishers to want Hollywood there, it only reinforces to people that games need their recognition to be accepted or do well.